Pac-12 links: Arizona State’s Chip Sarafin comes out as gay

» Arizona State offensive lineman Chip Sarafin came out on Wednesday, becoming first openly gay active player in Division I football.

» Redshirt freshman Anu Solomon is trying to win Arizona’s starting quarterback — something that would require beating out transfers from USC, LSU and Texas.

» The Ice Bucket Challenge has helped raise $2.3 million for the national ALS association since July 29, and UCLA coach Jim Mora accepted a challenge to join yesterday:

» Washington State crossed the Idaho border for training camp, but wildfires forced the Cougars back to Pullman.

» Washington receivers have named themselves the “Legion of Zoom.”

» Oregon lost Tyler Johnstone to a torn ACL — something the starting left tackle personally revealed. So why did Ducks coaches still refuse to talk about it?

» Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion is trying to fix his footwork.

» A flag-football MVP is now Utah’s latest walk-on receiver.

» USC held its first scrimmage Wednesday night, but the new no-huddle offense ran into some bumps.

» After four straight BCS bowls and back-to-back Pac-12 titles, is Stanford finally due for a down year?

» After tying for last place in the Pac-12 with 10 rushing touchdowns, Cal needs to settle on a starting tailback.

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  • Сharlie Bucket

    BRAVE man!!! If ONLY I could muster the COURAGE to do the SAME!!

    • Nothing defines you more than “courage,” Charlie.

      So, why don’t we save time and all of us “come out”?

      • ProbationU

        When Charlie is ready to come out of the bucket, you will be the first to know!

  • anno nimus

    Why would he feel it necessary to announce to the whole world? that’s just stupid.

    • Сharlie Bucket

      Arrogance, See: